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Ninebark flowers
 

Ninebark flowers

Jay Sifford

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Jay Sifford Garden Design added this to Great Design Plant: Sun-Loving Ninebark Puts on a Color Show
In early summer the ninebark is garnished with delicate clusters of flowers that range from white to dark pink depending on the cultivar.This shrub is quite attractive to wildlife. In early summer when the plant is in bloom, it attracts butterflies, bees and hummingbirds. After the seeds set, birds, especially finches, love the ninebark. Pruning the plant back somewhat in late winter or early spring may cause the ninebark to produce more food for wildlife.

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brianschroer added this to Landscape Ideas
November 5, 2014
Little devil nimebark
Rose Moore added this to roseyree's ideas
September 16, 2014
Love the colors
megbert3919 added this to Native Plants
April 11, 2014
Ninebark shub/tree
pattommil added this to Wildflowers
February 16, 2014
Ninebark
mariaconstanzaescobar added this to Flores
December 18, 2013
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madriz added this to madriz's ideas
November 25, 2013
Beautifully coloured flower in sunny spot.
ledouglas added this to Landscaping plants
October 26, 2013
nice contrast
lizalou55 added this to garden
October 6, 2013
Nine bark. Give it another try?
ecsims added this to Landscape Ideas
August 22, 2013
Nine bark tree
Carla Ormezzano added this to facebook
August 15, 2013
fiori di inizio estate di ninebark (physocarpus opulifolius)
ksimpson2000 added this to ksimpson2000's Ideas
August 11, 2013
Nine bark
Barbara Loyd added this to remodel ideas
August 7, 2013
Lovely with bright blooms
nverber added this to Exterior Ideas
August 7, 2013
Spring blooms; fall seed pods, exfoliating bark
donori added this to landscape
August 4, 2013
Ninebark Coppertina -- prefers full sun
randih178 added this to randih178's ideas
August 3, 2013
color
bigkittysmom added this to plants that I want
August 1, 2013
looks to be versatile for partial shade and sun
swag1274 added this to Outside
August 1, 2013
Ninebark
whisperingwater added this to whisperingwater's ideas
August 1, 2013
Ninebark
iamsmileing2 added this to iamsmileing2's Ideas
August 1, 2013
the flowers
askelleher added this to lovely landscapes
July 31, 2013
Ninebark in summer bloom.
mehranforsandiego added this to mehranforBenchwall ideas
July 31, 2013
Plant
Robert Engberg added this to Landscaping
July 31, 2013
Diablo Ninebark
Emilio Fernandez added this to emilio_fernandez's Ideas
July 31, 2013
Ninebark
bickel18 added this to bickel18's ideas
July 31, 2013
ninebrk2
ems1008 added this to ems1008's ideas
July 31, 2013
Good color and shape
lynnemacdonell added this to plants and flowers
July 31, 2013
ninebark summer
megconway added this to megconway's ideas
July 31, 2013
ninebark hummingbirds likeit
4868 added this to Trees
July 31, 2013
Ninebark tree blooming in early summer, attracts butterflies, bees and hummingbirds. The seeds drop in late fall and provide birds (especially finches) with delicious food. Prune back in late fall.
yalanda added this to Michigan House Landscaping
July 31, 2013
Ninebark seed pods
jensensolutions added this to Garden
July 31, 2013
In early summer the ninebark is garnished with delicate clusters of flowers that range from white to dark pink depending on the cultivar. This shrub is quite attractive to wildlife. In early summer when the plant is in bloom, it attracts butterflies, bees and hummingbirds. After the seeds set, birds, especially finches, love the ninebark. Pruning the plant back somewhat in late winter or early spring may cause the ninebark to produce more food for wildlife.
k8cdn added this to k8cdn's Ideas
July 31, 2013
Nine bark, contd. Dis­tin­guish­ing traits. The ninebark earns its name by ex­hibit­ing a deeply ex­fo­li­at­ing tex­tured bark. This is most ev­i­dent in win­ter af­ter the shrub has shed its leaves and makes a unique state­ment in the win­ter gar­den.
kimsheridan4 added this to kimsheridan4's ideas
July 31, 2013
pretty plant
jltflrs added this to Plants/landscaping
July 31, 2013
Botanical name: Physocarpus opulifolius Common name: Ninebark Origin: Native to eastern North America Where it will grow: Hardy to -45 degrees Fahrenheit (USDA zones 2 to 7; find your zone) Water requirement: Moist to average Light requirement: Full sun to partial shade Mature size: Up to 8 to 10 feet tall and wide, depending on cultivar Benefits and tolerances: Dramatic, showy foliage, exfoliating bark, delicate flower heads and colorful seeds. Extremely temperature tolerant; adaptable to a variety of soil types. This shrub appreciates consistent moisture so it is very useful in moist problem areas. Seasonal interest: This plant shows four-season interest. It exhibits dramatically colored spring foliage; blooms in early summer with white to pink flowers, depending on the cultivar; seeds form in drooping clusters in early fall. During winter the papery exfoliating bark adds a new dimension to the garden. When to plant: Fall and spring
designfun2 added this to designfun2's ideas
July 30, 2013
variations in color/texture.
krishnam added this to krishnam's ideas
July 29, 2013
Dark leaves
arita added this to arita's ideas
July 29, 2013
Ninebark
coquitto5 added this to Bathroom Ideas
July 29, 2013
love plant& color
cbmitchell added this to Plants
July 29, 2013
Nine bark, likes moist soil, zones 4-7
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